심장 박동수를 통하여 관찰한 몇몇 신체운동의 분석
Physiological Analysis of some Selected Sports Activities through Telemetered Heart Rate

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서울대학교 의과대학
Seoul J Med 1968;9(3):7-16
Sports activities of freely moving 6 male medical
students (19. 9-21. 6 years) were analysed through telemetered
heart rate. First, heart rate versus oxygen
consumption were plotted on a semi-logarithmic scale
and resulted in a straight line. Next, heart rate only
was determined during the free sports activity and
corresponding oxygen consumption was determined
from the heart rate-oxygen consumption diagram. The
following results were obtained.
1. The coefficient of correlation between heart rate
and oxygen consumption was r=0.94 on a semilogarithmic
plot. The regression equation was:
log Voz(liter)=0.0079xHeart rate(beat/min)-I-l.97.
2. Heart rate versus lung ventilation diagram on a
semi-logarithmic plot showed a straight line and
the coefficient of correlation was r=O. 96. The
following regression equation was obtained.
log VE(liter)=O. 0085x Heart rate (beat/min) +3.33.
3. The relation between oxygen intake and ventilation
showed an inflection at the point corresponding 2.0 l/min of oxygen intake and 48 l/min of
lung ventilation.
4. Oxygen pulse was: 3.89 ml/beat in resting, 5. 59
in standing, 7. 56 in family gymnastics, 16. 3 in
the Harvard step test, and 13. 9 ml/beat in the
treadmill test(maximal oxygen intake).
5. Telemetered heart rate in the freely moving muscular
activities were as follows: 122 beat/min in
table tennis, 1-13 beats in catch ball, 139 beats in
tossing of volley ball, 119 beats in 50 meter dash,
155 beats in 100 meter dash, 116 beats in 35 staircase
up movement, 130 beats in 72 staircase up
movement, 99 beats in 35 staircase down movement,
and 100 beats/min in 72 staircase down movement.
The maximal heart rate was 195 beat/min.
6. Oxygen consumptions in sports activities were read
from the logV0 2-heart rate diagram substituting
the telemetered heart rate value.
7. Sports activities were assessed in relation to the
maximal oxygen uptake. Ratios of oxygen uptake
of sports activities to the maximal oxygen uptake
were: standing: O. 19, staircase down movement:
0.21, staircase up movement: 0.28 (35 staircases)
and 0.36 (72 staircases), table tennis: 0.33, family
gymnastics: O. 44, tossing of volley ball: O. 43,
catch ball: 0.47, 50 meter dash: O. 51, and 100
meter dash: O. 57.
Assessed on the resting oxygen intake basis. the
order of severity of muscular activities was the same
as on the maximal oxygen intake basis with only one
exception. On this basis 72 staircase up movement
was more severe than the table tennis,
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College of Medicine/School of Medicine (의과대학/대학원)Dept. of Medicine (의학과)The Seoul Journal of MedicineThe Seoul Journal of Medicine Vol. 09 No.3 (1968)
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